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The Oxford University BabyLab is a research facility for the experimental investigation of linguistic and cognitive development in babies and young children.

It was founded and is headed by Kim Plunkett, and is based in the Experimental Psychology Department of the University of Oxford.

The research at the Oxford BabyLab looks primarily at categorisation and word learning in infants, using a variety of techniques, including eye-tracking and EEG, as well as the Oxford CDI.

Main questions being researchedEdit

Initial stages of infant language acquisition.


Measures developedEdit


External LinksEdit

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